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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Queen City Sisters Bring Sparkle, Polka Dots and Pony Tails to the Little Red Schoolhouse

On Sunday, February17, members and guests of the Indian Hill Historical Society were treated to a delightful valentine-inspired performance by the “Queen City Sisters,” an a cappella group that had everyone tapping their toes and snapping their fingers to the songs of the 50s and 60s with their “Memory Lane” song list.  Among the crowd favorites were the Lollipop, Chapel of Love, It’s My Party, to name just a few.  A delicious brunch topped off a memorable day of fun with friends and neighbors.  The special program was hosted in honor of the late Mrs. Louis Nippert, a longtime patron of the arts and an Indian Hill resident.

The Queen City Sisters
Next up on the Indian Hill Historical Society’s calendar is “1848 Panorama of Cincinnati,” to be held Sunday, April 14, 4:30 pm at the Little Red Schoolhouse. On September 24, 1848, Charles Fontayne and William S. Porter set up their camera on a rooftop in Newport, Kentucky and panned across the Ohio River capturing on eight separate daguerreotype plates a panorama of the nation’s sixth largest city, Cincinnati. Members and guests of the Historical Society will experience our city back in 1848 and marvel at the extraordinary detail of this award winning photograph. Additionally, the Annual Meeting of the Indian Hill Historical Society will be held at the beginning of the program.

Carolyn Condorosis and daughter Meghan Shimala

Peg Gillespie, Helen Dupree, Sally Hecksher

Mona Glover, Molly Lucien, George Glover

Audrey and Greg Miller

Chris Judd, John & Stella Hassan

Phil and Julie Myers

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